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INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SOLAR ENERGY PHOTOVOLTAIC (ICSEP – 2012) A- SILICON PV: S-2 Improvement of the Performance of Single Junction a-Si Integrated Mini Modules with Oxide Based U. Basavaraju2, Gourab Das1, Rajive Tomy M2, Chandan Banerjee2, Sumita Mukhopadhyay1, A.K.Barua1*, 1Centre of Excellence for Green energy and Sensor Systems, Bengal Engineering and Science University, 2Hind High vacuum Co. Pvt. Ltd. Phase I, Peenya Industrial Area, Bengaluru, India, 560058 (a-SiO) is a better photovoltaic material than a-SiC [10-12]. Abstract- We have developed oxide based window layer, buffer
Most of the oxygen atoms are bonded in Si – O – Si form and layer and n-layer by radio frequency plasma enhanced chemical
partly in Si – OH form. It is more electronegative than that of vapour deposition method for use in the fabrication of single
Si or OH. So while this oxygen gets bonded to Si atom the junction amorphous silicon (a-Si) integrated mini modules of size
bonding states move deeper in valence band and reduces tail 30 cm × 30 cm. From our earlier study we have observed that
state density and effectively pushes up optical gap. There is higher stabilized efficiency can be obtained using oxide based
window and buffer layer. This motivates us to replace

two lone pair of electrons around oxygen atom. These lone conventional n-a-Si:H by n-a-SiO:H to improve the performance
pair of electrons will have repulsion between them. It will of the solar module. The use of this material in a single junction
result in antibonding splitting to widen up further from a-Si structure enhances the short circuit current of the module
bonding states. Thus bonding and antibonding splitting will and the conventional efficiency as well. The bandgap of n-a-
increase in silicon oxide alloy materials and optical gap of it SiO:H film is much higher and optical absorption is less than that
will increase due to alloying with oxygen. However, of n-a-Si:H film having the conductivity same. Due to low
depending on the deposition parameters, incorporation of O absorption and wide optical gap of n-oxide layer allows more
into the a-Si:H network, above a certain level, results in a fraction of light to enter into the cell after reflection from back
sharp deterioration in electronic properties and restricts its reflector resulting in increase in short circuit current. The initial
further improvement [10]. Incorporation of O into a-Si:H module parameters are η = 8.3%, FF = 0.69, Voc = 22.1 V and Isc
= 426 mA. Module size is 30 cm × 30 cm. Out of it 10 mm is

changes the network from a dense homogeneous to a sparse removed all around to protect from environmental degradation
inhomogeneous and strained one [13]. This phenomenon is so the aperture area is 784 cm2. After degradation the stabilized
common to any alloy material [14]. However, in a-SiO:H the efficiency becomes 7.2%, FF = 0.62, Voc = 22.0V and Isc = 413.8
contrast is in the nature of inhomogeneity [15]. There is speculation that Si-rich and O-rich regions of two distinct phases are grown at moderately high level of O-incorporation and their nature of contribution to the optical and the electrical In order to increase the stabilized efficiency of a single junction amorphous solar cell researchers made different These superior properties of a-SiO:H film encouraged us to approaches such as incorporation of nano-crystallites in the develop a-SiO:H films for p,n and buffer layer. In this paper intrinsic a-Si:H films [1], improvement of window, buffer and we have reported the preliminary results relating to the bottom n-layer quality etc. [2-8]. Quality and thickness of the lowering of LID in single junction amorphous mini module window layers have great importance on improvement of the using oxide based window, buffer and n-layers. shorter wavelength quantum efficiency and on the carrier’s injection [9]. In order to improve the overall efficiency of solar cells betterment of the individual layers i.e window and intrinsic layer property is important. Apart from that the p/i Prepare your paper in full-size format, on US letter paper 8 interface region is also important for reducing bandgap ½ by 11 inches). For A4 paper, use the A4 settings. mismatch and thus reducing recombination of charge carriers. Type Sizes and Typefaces: Follow the type sizes specified in In the interface region the recombination centre or trap centre Table I. As an aid in gauging type size, 1 point is about 0.35 arises from internal electric field distribution due to localized mm. The size of the lowercase letter ‘j’ will give the point states. Wide gap bottom layer allows more light to reflect back size. Times New Roman is the preferred font. from the back reflector within the absorber layer. 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Place the actual not English, try to get a native English-speaking colleague to footnote at the bottom of the column in which it was cited. Do proofread your paper. Do not add page numbers. not put footnotes in the reference list. Use letters for table SCHOOL OF ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING KIIT UNIVERSITY, BHUBANESWAR, 19th - 21st December 2012 INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SOLAR ENERGY PHOTOVOLTAIC (ICSEP – 2012) A- SILICON PV: S-2 [6] Karg F H et al. 1998 ‘Investigation of variously composed P/ I junction in Amorphous Silicon Solar Cells by Time of Flight and Spectral Response Use either SI (MKS) or CGS as primary units. (SI units are Measurements’, Conference record of the 20th IEEE, pp. 149 [7] Zhu H and Fonash S J 1996 “Study of buffer layer design in single encouraged.) English units may be used as secondary units (in junction solar cells”, 25th PVSC, IEEE p 1097 parentheses). An exception would be the use of English units [8] Chandan Banerjee, Arindam Sarker and A. K. 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